Tuesday, January 20, 2004


the state of mu[sic] and lyrical creativity today. a low ebb I'd say. joined a gang of friends taking turns rolling on the floor laughing our respective gleteuses and gutts out listening to this song called Milkshake by Kellis. The lyrics {PDF} boast of genius and dexterity at elevating the mundane to unprecedented levels of analytical excellence: my milkshake brings all the boys from the yard, and their like..."it's better than yours"; "damn right! it's better than yours, i can teach you but i have to charge. Incidentally, just in case you were wondering, I was JOKING. The song is probably one of the most pathetically pedestrian and gauche metaphors for the #1 content of most music today (a little of the in-out in-out as Alex would've said).

In related horror news, Shashi sends me a pointer to devanand.info. For other "flashy" sites check out the Navketan portal (this and the other designed by the slow PowerNet Technologies. And while you're still screaming, hit Bappida's portal as well.

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